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The Holy Ghost

The Worshiped One

The Genuine

The Father of Jesus-Christ

Creator of all Things

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87    Jesus said, God said, in the beginning, "Let every seed bring forth of its kind." You take hybrid corn, and hybreed it, and plant it; plant that same seed next year, you got nothing. You got a better looking grain, but you haven't got nothing. They've hybrid everything, in the world.


19    To show that He doesn't change. In Genesis 1, He said, "Let every seed bring forth of its kind. Let every seed bring forth of its kind." And right there, we hit something right there that knocks all the evolutionists out. You cannot rebreed things. You take like the horse and--and the... and the--the donkey, bred them together, you get a mule, but a mule cannot breed back and get another mule. It stops right there. "Every seed of its kind." They can make a breeding, but it changes itself right back again, shows it does not evolute up like that. No, sir. It stops right there. You can breed spinach and something else, together, and bring out a kale, but you can't breed that back again. No, sir. You can breed hybrid corn; but you plant that hybrid corn back over again, you get nothing. You've got to rebreed it each time. Because, God said, "Let every seed bring forth of its kind."



303 That same Spirit makes something, substitute to It, like Eve's hybrid, makes the hybrid just as happy, just as much shouting, feel just as much joyful about It as the rest of them. But what is the truth of it? The seed is wrong, to begin with. So all your fleshly demonstrations don't mean nothing.

So all your fleshly demonstrations don't mean nothing.

304 "Though I speak with tongue of men and Angels, and have not charity, it profit me nothing. Though I could move mountains, and have not charity, it profit me nothing. Though I give all my goods to feed the poor, and have not charity, it profit me nothing; I speak with tongue like men and Angel, it becomes like sounding brass and tinkling cymbals." See? It's nothing.

305    Listen, church! Pentecostal? Nothing! Why? It's a hybrid seed. It can't come to the Word.


187  Now we find, to prove the Message is just timely, what I'm speaking to you about, to prove it, look about days of hybreeding today, trying to make a prettier specie. Look at hybreeding. Look in the plant life. Here last summer...


84    And this is the age of hybreeding, hybreeding. They even have got the--the churches today, till they're hybrid. That's right. They get in here, they just go to church, it's a lodge instead of a church. A church is a place where people come together and worship God in Spirit and in Truth. And today it's a lodge. We go there and have a little time to shake hands, and fellowship, and some black coffee in the back of the building, then go home till next week, and we done our religious duty.


21 That's right. Hybreeding, it's no good. Take corn, hybreed it, make a great big ear. What does it do? All right if you want to eat it on the big ear. But what happens to it? Plant it back; it can't reproduce itself again. It's no good; it's dead. Therefore, anything that wasn't spoke by God in the beginning is a hybrid.


141 The Holy Spirit, that was in the garden of Eden, was to water the Seed.

142 Man wasn't made to die; he was made to live. But hybreeding brought life... a death there, rather. She hybrid It. Now you deny the serpent's seed? Then I'll ask you why you... What's these funeral services about? She was hybrid. Every one of us are hybrid from the original. That's the reason you're constantly dying.

143 But, O God, there's a Germ of Life come from the real Seed. But God proved It was His Seed; He rose Him up again. See? That, through that Life that's going over the original Seed, like was given to Eve, over His real Church, is bringing forth Life again, through the Birth, through the womb of His Bride. See? Oh, it's rich and glorious! I give it a little time to study, so it'll sink in.

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